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NSAWW Welcomes James L. Kwolek to Board of Advisors

February 2014: Mr. Kwolek joins NSAWW after a long and distinguished career with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and the Department of Defense bringing extensive geospatial intelligence, program management, acquisition and budget expertise.

Previously, Mr. Kwolek served over three decades with the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and its predecessor agencies, retiring as a Senior Executive. His most recent assignment with that agency was as the Deputy Director, NGA Defense-Pentagon where he developed strategic plans transitioning customers from hardcopy and media to a digital environment for combat support, intelligence, and humanitarian assistance/disaster relief. Prior to Deputy Director , Mr. Kwolek was the Interim Deputy Chief Information Officer for the NGA where he served as Geospatial Information Executive representing the DoD and NGA on Geospatial issues and was responsible for leading IT Strategic Planning, IT Policy development, IT budget, and Cyber Defense. He also held a two year Federal advisory position with National Geospatial Advisory Committee for Department of Interior Director.

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NSAWW Welcomes Michael J. Bergeron to Board of Advisors

January 2014: Mr. Bergeron joins NSAWW after a long and distinguished career in the intelligence community bringing extensive program management and budgetary formulation expertise as well as a great deal of leadership acumen and IT executive experience.

Previously, Mr. Bergeron served as a Vice President at Altamira Corporation, where he oversaw the merger of two predecessor companies, Invertix and Near Infinity, into a single unit. Before joining Altamira Corporation Mr. Bergeron held several senior positions at the CIA, first as Chief of Ground Systems Contracts Teams, then as Chief of Agency IT Acquisition Strategy, and finally as Chief/Deputy Chief of DS/Non-Traditional Support. While at the CIA he worked on numerous projects to enhance officer profiles and to reduce costs and administrative burdens for overseas officers. Additionally, he pioneered the application of Alpha Contracting for the National Reconnaissance Office and was responsible for creating and managing a cohesive team of Air Force, CIA, DoD civilian and Naval officers, the largest contracting team at the NRO.

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NSAWW CEO Joins the Board of Directors for the Greater Washington Board of Trade

NSAWW CEO Joins the Board of Directors for the Greater Washington Board of Trade

January 2014: NSAWW is proud to announce the addition of its CEO, Courtney Banks Spaeth, to the Board of Directors for the Greater Washington Board of Trade. The Board of Trade is the largest network of business and non-profit leaders in the Greater Washington area and the only regional organization representing all industry sectors. Founded in 1889, the Board of Trade enjoys a long history of creating and maintaining a business climate that is healthy, inviting and profitable for the regional business community and the community at large. The Board of Trade is pro-business and bipartisan, and convenes business, nonprofit and government leaders to collaborate on important issues throughout Greater Washington. Its current initiatives include improving regional Telecom, promoting sustainability for regional businesses and the environment, marketing Greater Washington’s economic opportunities through its affiliate - the Greater Washington Initiative - which promotes the area as a vibrant place to live and work, as well as attracting and retaining a talented workforce for the region.

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NSAWW Welcomes Charles Baker to Board of Advisors

January 2014: Mr. Baker retired in 2013 from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). In his ten years with NOAA he served in three executive positions; as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer for NOAA Satellites, as their Deputy Assistant Administrator for Satellite and Information Services, and as NOAA's Acting Deputy Under Secretary for Operations. He managed a diverse portfolio that included satellite operations, climate services, satellite meteorology research, information technology, environmental data archiving, human capital, acquisition strategies, budget and finance, infrastructure, strategic planning, performance measurement, space policy, international collaboration, space commerce, emergency response, and continuity of government services.

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NSAWW Welcomes Management and Training Consultants, Inc. as a New Client

NSAWW Welcomes Management and Training Consultants, Inc. as a New Client

January 2014: NSAWW is proud to announce the addition of a new client: MTCI, a company that possesses a remarkable record of providing top quality human capital management, training support and delivery, and program management solutions.

Since its inception in 1999, Management and Training Consultants Inc. (MTCI) has been a leader in assisting military, government and private sector clients in maximizing the full potential of their employees. MTCI is a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) led by Dalena Kanouse who draws her experience from serving within the Department of the Army Public Affairs. Similar to her, nearly seventy-five percent of the employees of MTCI are former military personnel from varying branches of our armed forces who all use their experience to bring the best support to their clients. MTCI employs unique strategies to improve the existing human capital of a client. They work diligently to assess the competencies in order to further develop employee abilities while simultaneously analyzing potential work force trends in order to successfully plan for the future. MTCI also provides flexible training solutions that deliver extraordinary results to their clients, as well as a variety of platforms in order to deliver their training including classroom education, mobile training teams and web-based instruction. Additionally, MTCI offers program management solutions in which they advise and assist in the program development, design, and delivery of client’s projects by focusing on increasing efficiency while minimizing risk and cost.

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NSAWW CEO, Courtney Banks Spaeth, Featured in Washington SmartCEO

NSAWW CEO, Courtney Banks Spaeth, Featured in Washington SmartCEO

December 2013: NSAWW CEO Courtney Banks Spaeth was featured in the December 2013 issue of Washington SmartCEO magazine as one of the 100 SmartRun Companies feature.  To read the full article, please click the "read more." 

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NSAWW Welcomes Stanley R. Schneider to Board of Advisors

November 2013: Mr. Schneider joins NSAWW after a distinguished career at National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Most recently, Mr. Schneider was the Director of Advanced Technology and Plans at a multi-billion Presidentially Directed Tri-Agency (NASA, NOAA and Department of Defense) system consisting of earth orbiting satellites, communications, data processing, and product generation systems. As Director, Mr. Schneider led the infusion of new technologies to cost effectively enhance the capability to fulfill both operational requirements and satisfy science and research objectives. Prior to this position at NASA, Mr. Schneider was the NASA Headquarters Program Manager for Earth Science Mission Operations and Data Analysis. In this role, Mr. Schneider assured the safe and continued operations of NASA earth observation satellite missions, shuttle missions, and managing large scale data programs. Mr. Schneider worked closely with the White House and Congressional Staff on many issues and received a letter of commendation from the President’s Science Advisor.

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NSAWW Welcomes MAG DS Corp. as a New Client

NSAWW Welcomes MAG DS Corp. as a New Client

November 2013: NSAWW is proud to announce the addition of its newest client, MAG DS Corp., a premier provider of Specialty Aviation, Aerial Surveillance, and ISR Support and Training.

MAG’s team consists of technical, tactical and intelligence experts who have a proven track record of results providing turnkey operational solutions to some of the toughest problems faced by foreign and domestic customers. The company’s specialties include: ISR services, aviation services, maintenance and logistics, mission sensor operator training, integration, fleet management, aerial gunnery operations training, PED liaison and analysts, overland target development and overland operations support. MAG’s operations have spanned multiple continents and included work in Columbia/Central and South America, the Caribbean, Afghanistan, Africa/Libya and in the United States.

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NSAWW Welcomes Shaun M. Murphy to Board of Advisors

October 2013: Mr. Murphy joins NSAWW after a distinguished career at the Central Intelligence Agency where he held many senior positions throughout the Middle East, Asia, and Sub Saharan & North Africa.

Mr. Murphy’s last served at the CIA’s National Clandestine Service as the Chief of Station in Afghanistan, where he managed a large station in a war zone and directed integrated partner operations. Prior to this, Mr. Murphy worked in the Counter Proliferation Center as the Chief and then Director, focusing on the Middle East and Asia. In the former position, Mr. Murphy led more than twenty-five U.S. Government entities, as well as foreign partners, to counter proliferation capabilities against multiple threats including Weapons of Mass Destruction.

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NSAWW Welcomes Mr. Art Koines to Board of Advisors

October 2013: Mr. Koines joins NSAWW after more than a three-decade career in environmental science and policy. Prior to joining NSAWW, Mr. Koines capped his distinguished career at the Environmental Protection Agency in the agency’s Office of Environmental Information. From 2005-2011, Mr. Koines served as Senior Advisor to OEI’s political leadership. He led its Big Decisions initiative, which assessed the likely adverse effects of incomplete information on the quality of major regulatory decisions confronting the EPA.  He also led and authored the Agency’s Information Access Strategy program which recommended changes affording better public access to environmental information. Mr. Koines managed the National Dialogue on Access to Environmental Information, a six-month outreach effort to over one thousand EPA stakeholders to support the development of Information Access Strategy.   As the Senior Advisor to the Office of Technology Operations and Planning from 2001-2004, Mr. Koines developed a Balanced Scorecard to address weaknesses in agency-wide IT services.

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